John James Audubon School No. 33
Start Time 8:30 a.m.
Dismissal Time 3:00 p.m.Grade Level PreK-6
Margaret Brazwell (Gray House)
Bonnie Ellis (Blue House)
Thomas Pappas (Gold House)
Pamela Carlton-Ferris (Florence S. Brown PreK)
Mary Peoples (K-6)
Tomasa Molina (PreK)
Rhonda MorienDASA Coordinator
What Every Family Should Know
Our staff welcomes you and your family to our learning community at John James Audubon School No. 33. Our professional staff works daily to provide each student with differentiated, purposeful, rigorous and engaging learning opportunities that will prepare them for future opportunities and challenges. At School #33, we embrace Restorative Practices and Zones of Regulation as a means to facilitate social-emotional learning and skill-building with each of our students. We seek to create an environment conducive to strong relationship-building among students, families, and staff. Situated in the center of the Beechwood neighborhood, we benefit from the tremendous community, cultural, and institutional wealth of our neighbors.
Uniforms Required NoForeign Languages Spanish (Dual Language Program)English Language Learners YesHonors/Enrichment Classes NoEarly Literacy Program NoChorus YesBand/Orchestra YesInstrumental Music Lessons YesSports NoStep Teams NoExtended/Expanded Day Yes (EnCompass; YMCA)Saturday School NoOn-Site After-School Care Yes (Ryan Recreation Center)Summer Programs NoBusiness/College/Faith Partnerships Area colleges, Ryan Recreation Center, Sully Library, Foster Grandparent Program, Northeast Area Development (NEAD), Scribner Road School, Browncroft Church Volunteers, Books & Blankets Program, City of Rochester Bureau of Youth Services, area Rotary Clubs, School-Based Health Center through Rochester General Hospital
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- Strong instructional focus that prepares students to meet academic standards in reading, writing, computation, and problem solving
- Exceptional Dual Language Program PreK - 6th grade
- Onsite School-Based Health Center through Rochester Regional Health available onsite to provide acute physical care to students as well as mental health counseling to students and their families
- Distinctive partnership with neighborhood-based organization Connected Communities, School #33 embraces the Community School model with a powerful focus on integrated student supports, expanded learning opportunities and partnerships, collaborative leadership and deepened family engagement.